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Originally published on 4/25/2010 Perform a New Search KOENIGER, John KOENIGER John W., 43, of Apopka, FL passed away Monday, March 15, 2010 in his home. John was born October 20, 1966 in Kansas City, MO. He moved to Cincinnati in 1968 and graduated from Colerain HS in 1985. John received Bachelor of Science degrees in fish and wildlife biology from Hocking Tech and Arkansas Tech. He was an Eagle Scout, a Certified Fisheries Biologist, a PADI open water diver and a participating member of many aquaculture and fisheries associations. During his career in the aquaculture industry, he traveled the U.S. as well as Australia, Taiwan, and Africa. He had an inventive mind and was an excellent problem-solver. As an entrepreneur, he made and distributed Aquababies, and then started his own business, MightyFish, Inc. His friends will remember him as a man of high integrity. His nickname "Big John" was due to his stature, but it was also due to the goodness and compassion of his heart. He is survived by his mother, Judith Gravitt and her husband Gary Gravitt, Surprise, AZ; father, Robert Ray Hedges, Sedona,AZ, Cincinnati, OH; grandmothers, Betty Fisher, Surprise, AZ and Grace Koeniger, Cincinnati, OH; aunt, Jeanene Fisher, Asheville, NC; uncle, Brian Huehls, Cincinnati, OH; cousins, Rachel Huehls, Asheville, NC and Mitchum Huehls, Los Angeles, CA. John will also be greatly missed by his many friends and business associates. A graveside service to honor John will be held on Wednesday, April 28, at 11:00 am at Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mt. Healthy. Friends and family are invited to the service and then to join us for a reception and lite brunch in the Community Center at Arlington. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established at the National Aquaculture Association, PO Box 1647, Pine Bluff, AR 71613. Please designate your contribution in memory of John Koeniger.